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Please Help to Identify Vintage Pool Cues


Please Help to Identify Vintage Pool Cues

was wondering where to start or get an idea of what i have because there are no markings reguarding a maker.

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Please Help to Identify Vintage Pool Cues

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  1. ayojustinKCCC on 7/2/2024 1:29:43 PM

    Other more knowledgeable than me will come along later but...

    First cue is an ADAM made in Japan, the second cue in your photos is an Asian Palmer knock-off. All the others are Chinese or Taiwanese import cues.

    Not much here in value, an ADAM collector might want the first one for $50-$75, same for the Palmer knock-off. But none of the other cues have any real collectible value.

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Please Help to Identify Vintage Pool Cues

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  • Published: 7/1/2024 10:12:44 PM